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favoritefavorite Apr 10, 2012
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I just wonder. Were any minorities such as afro-american children ever on the Peanut Gallery. I don...

One of the earliest surviving kinescopes of the "Howdy Doody" program. Phineas T. Bluster demands 500 marbles per day from Howdy Doody or else he will take over the town.
Topics: Classic TV, 1940's Television, NBC, Kids, Kinescope, Live TV, 1948

I just wonder. Were any minorities such as afro-american children ever on the Peanut Gallery. I don...

Classic TV
favoritefavorite Oct 17, 2009
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I just wonder. Were minority children, such as Afro-American, allowed in the Peanut Gallery? I do...

An artistic masterpiece from the early 1950's, this episode of "Howdy Doody" comes from the 1st of April, 1952. As such, the episode starts with a practical joke which probably annoyed many people. This episode also contains lots of advertising for the sponsors, including Colgate Dental Cream and Kellogg's cereal. Like many TV broadcasts from this period, this episode features some talk about elections, though in a safe and light-hearted manner suited to the program's young audience.
Topics: Classic TV, Art, Artistic, Masterpiece, Masterpoxen, Brilliant, Genius, Intelligent, Quality TV,...

I just wonder. Were minority children, such as Afro-American, allowed in the Peanut Gallery? I do...

Classic TV
favoritefavorite Oct 17, 2009
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I just wonder. Were minority children, such as Afro-Americans allowed in the Peanut Gallery. I do...

An 1940's episode of "Howdy Doody", I think this is from March 1949. This episode is complete with NBC-TV Promo, and two NBC-TV IDs. This program features music, comedy, and the infamous "re-purposed" silent film clip. All of this adds up to an entertaining half hour.
Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1940's TV, 1940s Television, 40s TV, 40's Television, Howdy Doody, Vintage,...

I just wonder. Were minority children, such as Afro-Americans allowed in the Peanut Gallery. I do...

Classic TV
favoritefavorite Oct 17, 2009
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eye 2,983

favorite 4

comment 1

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I just wonder. Were any children of minority background, such as Afro-American allowed in the...

Howdy Doody misc ep02
Topics: Howdy Doody, Classic TV

I just wonder. Were any children of minority background, such as Afro-American allowed in the...

Classic TV
favoritefavorite Oct 17, 2009
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eye 6,566

favorite 6

comment 1

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I just wonder. Were ever children of minorities such as afro-american children ever on the Peanut...

Howdy Doody Misc ep 01
Topics: Howdy Doody, Classic TV

I just wonder. Were ever children of minorities such as afro-american children ever on the Peanut...